vanadium pentoxide


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vanadium pentoxide

n.
A highly toxic yellow to red crystalline powder, V2O5, used as a catalyst in various organic reactions and as a starting material for other vanadium salts. Also called vanadic acid anhydride..
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Noun1.vanadium pentoxide - any of various oxyacids of vanadium; known mostly in the form of its salts
oxyacid, oxygen acid - any acid that contains oxygen
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It will specialise on vanadium pentoxide, ammonium metavanadate, molybdenum oxide and ferronickel.
It has been shown that nanosized crystals of vanadium pentoxide have improved electrochemical properties, which makes it possible to use them as a cathode material for lithium batteries [2].
com)-- High-purity Vanadium Pentoxide market seems to be gaining a momentum on the global scale due to many factors.
In addition, vanadium can also modify immune CD11c and MHC-II expression in thymic dendritic cells by decreasing the presence of CD11c surface marker on mouse thymic dendritic cells as a result of vanadium pentoxide ([V.
The project is Brazil's first vanadium pentoxide production facility and is based in Maracas, Bahia state, 250 km southwest of Salvador.
The Clear Hills represents one of the largest compliant resources of vanadium pentoxide in the world (2.
The Gibellini Mine is being designed to produce over 11m pounds of vanadium pentoxide equivalent per year, the company added.
He recites a litany of raw materials, pointing out examples: "lead basilicate frit and white felspar plus opacifier, give a background for colour response; zirconium gives a hard, clean white, tin a softer white; vanadium pentoxide gives a soft yellow; copper with an alkaline base gives Egyptian blue, or with an acidic base gives green.
Several methods have been published as means to remove trialkylarsines from gas streams including contacting the natural gas with a solid adsorbent comprised of vanadium pentoxide (VO).
A little zinc in the mix will brighten the reds, and a little vanadium pentoxide is sometimes added to prevent discolouration.
Such ferrovanadium is the product of igneous metallurgical conversion of the commercial vanadium pentoxide (75-95 % [V.
Volume 86 focuses on cobalt in hard-metals and cobalt sulfate, gallium arsenide, indium phosphide, and vanadium pentoxide (IARC, in press a) In our article (Siemiatycki et al.